Narratively|NYC is a new web magazine with a focus, as the name implies, on narrative journalism involving New York City. For the past week, Narratively|NYC has run new features each day on New York harbor. Worth checking out. Thanks to Carolina Salguero at Portside New York for pointing it out.
- Monday – Tugs, a short documentary by Jessica Edwards : Among the scallywags and salty dogs of New York, tug boat traditions endure.
- Tuesday - Defending the Marsh by Susan M. Lee : Seed by seed, a community bands together to save the lifeblood of Jamaica Bay.
- Wednesday - Through the Porthole, essay and photographs by Carolina Salguero : A harbor-dwelling photographer explores the craziness of life at sea level.
- Thursday - I Remember the Shoeshine Man by Henry Jacobson : A Staten Island native revisits his childhood commute and discovers a foreign yet familiar ferry.
- Friday – The Park Bench by Narratively : New York’s waterways are right there, out in the open, but they remain full of mystery. Share your thoughts and experiences and discover more from our contributors and subjects.